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The Bing Search Experience: A Practice In Italian Renaissance Art & User Perspective

Published on 2015/05/20 By admin

A conversation with Emma Williams, Bing’s lead designer and Executive General Manager. The post The Bing Search Experience: A Practice In Italian Renaissance Art & User Perspective appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

Re-imagining Google: America’s Favorite Homepage Gets A Redesign By Letter Society Blog

Published on 2014/05/06 By admin

Early last month, the design blog Letter Society posted a challenge asking its select group of designers to submit redesigns of Google.com. The site, which positions itself as a “collaborative and challenge based” blog, asked the designers to do a “reskinning” of the current… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

Google’s April Fools’ Day Jokes For 2014: Google Maps Pokémon Challenge, Magic Hand & More

Published on 2014/03/31 By admin

Is it just me, or does it seem like Google starts celebrating April Fools’ Day earlier and earlier every year? No company on the web takes April 1st more seriously than Google, as we’ve been covering for years now: Google’s April Fools’ Day 2013 Joke-A-Thon: YouTube… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

Ray Kurzweil’s Job At Google: Beat IBM’s Watson At Natural Language Search

Published on 2014/02/25 By admin

If Ray Kurzweil is right, computers will be smarter than humans 15 years from now. It’s called “technological singularity” and a big part of his job at Google is making sure that vision becomes reality.

Googling The Weather: From 20% Project To Sophisticated Query Analysis

Published on 2014/02/14 By admin

Millions of us have asked Google to play weatherperson. In order to get an answer to one of our oldest and most basic questions, we type a variety of words and numbers — city names, neighborhoods and ZIP codes, plus words like “weather,” “forecast” or maybe… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article

Brand Bias: 70% Of Consumers Look For Known Retailers When Doing Product Searches

Published on 2013/12/11 By admin

New research from Search Engine Land and SurveyMonkey shows that consumers have a definite brand bias when it comes to searching for products online.

Bing(ing) It On At A Seattle Seahawks Football Game [Photos]

Published on 2013/09/27 By admin

I’m not sure why I was surprised to see a small army of uniformed Bing reps standing around a big booth before the Seattle Seahawks game this past Sunday at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. After all, Bing has been sponsoring the Seahawks for a few years now. The players wear Bing logos on their…

Google Scientist: We Want To Be Able To Respond To A Query Like “Book Me A Trip To Washington, DC”

Published on 2013/08/13 By admin

Will the day come that Google can successfully respond when you tell it something like, “Book me a trip to Washington, DC” — walking you through all the queries and answers needed to complete such a complex request?

50 Percent Of Companies Struggling With SEO Aren’t Integrating Social Media [Survey]

Published on 2013/07/09 By admin

What’s one key difference between companies that are successful with SEO and those that aren’t? According to a new study from Ascend2, it’s this: Successful companies integrate social media into SEO strategies and tactics more extensively than companies that struggle with SEO.

Searching For TV News Online

Published on 2013/02/07 By admin

Most news organizations provide video content on their sites, and aggregators like Google News also offer video clips for some stories. But there are also some excellent search tools that focus exclusively on broadcast television news, and they can often take you to “all the news that’s… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.